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Power of Preschool: Program evaluation report: December 2011

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An evaluation of Power of Preschool (PoP), a California demonstration program to provide free, high-quality early education services to infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children, that examines participant characteristics and developmental outcomes, program quality, staff characteristics, and parent satisfaction, based on a review of county PoP reports, analysis of county administrative data, and semi-structured interviews with PoP staff
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California

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